Moving Comfort Vero Review

Updated February 28, 2014
Moving Comfort Vero
Bottom Line

Called the "Cadillac of combination bras" by one reviewer, the Moving Comfort Vero offers both encapsulation and compression support for medium- and high-impact workouts. Reviewers say the lightly padded cups give them a great shape -- no uniboob -- and add modesty. They also say the breathable mesh helps keep them cool, but some find the cups on the small side and say the bra is tricky to get on.


Mesh keeps things cool in front. The Moving Comfort Vero is made of polyester, Spandex and mesh. Reviewers have no complaints about moisture wicking, and they like the mesh zone in front that prevents sweat from collecting between breasts. An expert praises the adjustable, convertible straps for fitting "snuggly without digging," and says the seams are placed well to minimize any chafing. A couple of reviewers say the hook-and-eye closure poked them during workouts, however. Several women also say the close fit can make the Vero hard to put on.

ProsGood for high-impact activities, Padded cups provide shape, modesty, Straps adjustable, convertible, Mesh inserts keep skin coolConsCups may run small for some, Can be hard to put on


Solid high-impact support. Moving Comfort says the Vero provides medium- to high-impact support, but reviewers are more complimentary. Most report no issues during high-impact workouts, including running and cross-training, but an expert says she found the bra too tight to move freely in during yoga. The convertible straps can be crisscrossed to provide additional support, and women say the blend of encapsulation and compression cuts down on bounce without smashing their breasts together into an unflattering uniboob. The Vero is available in two cup sizes, A/B and C/D, and band sizes from extra-small to extra-large. Some complain the cups seem a bit small, particularly on the C/D bra.


Padded cups add shape, coverage. The Moving Comfort Vero has a high scoop neckline, an open back and hook-and-eye closures. Padded moderate-contour cups are sewn into the bra, and reviewers appreciate the smooth, lifted shape they create under clothing. Reviewers also like the coverage that the higher neckline and padding provide, saying cleavage and headlights aren't a problem in this bra. A few complain that too much of the neckline peeks out of lower-cut shirts, however. The bra is offered in at least seven colors, including basic black and white, as well as brighter hues with contrasting bands around the neckline.

Our Sources


Moving Comfort Vero, Allison Pattillo, July 2012

In this thorough review, Allison Pattillo praises the Moving Comfort Vero for its adjustable custom fit, padded cups and straps, mesh panels and comfortable interior. The convertible straps add to versatility, but the fit was a bit too tight for yoga and the bra can be hard to put on, Pattillo notes.


Moving Comfort Women's Vero A/B Bra, Contributors to, As of March 2014

The Moving Comfort Vero in sizes A/B earns 4.3 out of 5 stars in more than 30 reviews. Reviewers say the Vero provides good coverage and support, and that it prevents uniboob. A few reviewers say sizing is off or the clasps poked them in the back.


Moving Comfort Women's Vero C/D Bra, Contributors to, As of March 2014

The Moving Comfort Vero in sizes C/D earns 4.2 out of 5 stars in about 30 reviews. Consumers say the Vero provides high-impact support for larger breasts, and they like the coverage the cups provide.


Gear Review: Moving Comfort Vero Sports Bra, Rachel Zurer, Not Dated

A tester says the Moving Comfort Vero provided enough adjustability to work for her even in a smaller size, and also praises the shapely fit and wicking fabric. The bra is good for high-impact activities, Rachel Zurer notes.


The Best Sports Bras for Every Activity, Amy Schlinger, Oct. 8, 2013

In this sports bra roundup, Amy Schlinger picks the Moving Comfort Vero as a high-impact Multi Sport pick, praising its adjustability, convertible straps and breathable mesh inserts. She does not note any cons.

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Fitness 2013 Gear Guide: The Best Sports Bras, Jenna Autuori-Dedic and Lauren Cardarelli, Not Dated

Editors pick the Moving Comfort Vero as an ideal bra for C- or D-cup cyclers, praising the encapsulation design for limiting side-to-side movement. They also note the convertible straps and bra-like closures, but do not note any cons.